- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPousada Villaggio Paraty
Wonderful oasis! Lovely spacious, clean rooms, amazing breakfast, helpful staff and the bonus of a small pool too.
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... and swimming hole. You could slide down the rock into a pool below. The water was so cold and fresh it was lovely. We chilled there for a couple of hours and then everyone got hungry so we went back and Jamie, Hamish, another Aussie and I went fir a dellllicious kebab. I then chilled on the sofa and watched anchorman2. For the rest of the afternoon I just hung out at the hostel and didn't really do that much. The next morning I got all packed up and headed to ilha ...
... with Bree (Kiwi) and Shanti (Aussie) who I had also met in Biergarten. We moved to the Backpackers House Hostel which was closer to the bus station and town, and where the others were staying. This hostel has one of the best breakfasts I've had in any establishment. Bread, rolls, jams, coffee, teas, juices, yogurt drink, chocolate drink, avocado, onions, ham, numerous cheeses, fresh herbs, scrambled egg, bacon, sausages in tomato sauce, fresh fruit (melon, papaya, apples, bananas, ...
... to a beach area that had a spectacular setting, unfortunately the weather did not play its part so we ended up getting in the ocean to be warmer than on the beach in the rain. Our final day in Paraty we spent the day on a 'booze cruise' around the many wealthy islands, some of which are private islands. The water was fresh but was still warm enough to swim in. All you can drink caipirinha's made for an interesting and really enjoyable ...
... have some pot and they're offering it around. We get loured to the front of a police station. Steve's the first to realise this isn't right. The whole town is dead and shut with the rain and I haven't felt this great in a long time. Where are the people!? But there is this group and there is Frankie (Francesco). He skips around 'stoned' he says, ****** more like, like 18 year-old ******, strike that, under-aged ******. We play imaginary basketball! Then football. Steve ...
... Sao Paulo and then a second 11 hour bus from Sao Paulo to Florianopolis which ended up being closer to 14 hours. Since I started traveling by bus I've learned that you pretty much add at least 2 hours to the total time of the trip to get a more realistic idea of how long the trip will be. I ended up sitting next to a Scottish girl on the bus out of Paraty and was able to book the seat next to her again on the ...